Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.

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ChristineM wrote:
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Quite an active one thanks, are you jealous?
*smells the leftover vaginal juice on my mustache*

Nope.

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ChristineM wrote:
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Not christmas wreaths, their use stems back to pre christian times and were used as a sign of rebirth at the pagan winter solstice festivals. Good to know that you are keeping old traditions alive though
Ahhhhh.......

The ole "It's not [insert tradition] because it's been used differently in the past" tactic......

Stupid.

So when I BBQ a steak, I guess you'd consider that a ritual sacrifice because they USED to do that......
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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Why don't you spend a few minutes googling the differences between Christians worship & catholic worship & you'll see they're very different.
Why dont you google when your church was established. I doubt it was before 1517, the date Martin Luther started the protestant reformation.

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Happy Lesbo wrote:
.. cybersexed with numerous posters on Topix, even removed sweater.
LOL! You funny.:O)

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Adam wrote:
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Why dont you google when your church was established. I doubt it was before 1517, the date Martin Luther started the protestant reformation.
You're about 1500 years off.....

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Happy Lesbo wrote:
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.. does Eagle even recognize his blatant racism ??..
.. did he select demeaning Hispanic lawyer jokes because you live in Southern CA? If you lived in NY, would it be Jewish jokes ??..
.. let him be ignorant. Meh ..
I mentioned growing up in Chile, as I remember.

Of course he is ignorant of his horrible racism-typecasting.

Eagle is a dunce.

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Happy Lesbo wrote:
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.. here's my long list ..
.. cybersexed with numerous posters on Topix, even removed sweater. Does that qualify ??..
Yes, along with your cat rescues!
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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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*smells the leftover vaginal juice on my mustache*
Nope.
Do you somehow take perverse pleasure in being totally classless, or is it standard fare for that part of the country? Elegance, Sophistication, and social graces, appear to be non-existent with you.
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I took a boat to a glacier in Chilean Patagonia in 2005. What a beautiful place. Great people, too.
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I mentioned growing up in Chile, as I remember.
Of course he is ignorant of his horrible racism-typecasting.
Eagle is a dunce.

“I see quantum effects”

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River Tam wrote:
<quoted text>Exactly. Theresa lived there. She could have worked her "magic" anywhere she wanted to.

It shouldn't have been her burden. Blame the leadership if there is somebody to blame for poverty and desperation.
Or the caste system.

They all seem to accept that they deserve their lower caste position.

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Thinking wrote:
<quoted text>Bet his church roof looked new.
And his car.

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Aura Mytha wrote:
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You Insult the Collin Family , I will drink your Blud!
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
That movie sucked.

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Aerobatty wrote:
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The problem was, that she withheld pain medication from people who desperately needed it because of her twisted religious concept that suffering was beautiful. And she diverted charity money meant for the poor and destitute, who also desperately needed it, to the Vatican, which is probably one of the biggest wastes of money on the world.
She wasn't intentionally evil. She was brainwashed evil.
I doubt that you can prove that she withheld it from those who truly needed it out of any kind of malicious intent. It's more likely they may have been running short on it and didn't have enough for everybody or there were patients who became addicted and simply "wanted" more than they "needed". MD's cut patients loose from narcotics all the time.
BTW, I didn't know she was an RN; not that I follow any nun's life story.
As for charity $, you know she was just doing what she was told to do, right? Personally, I suspect she was a nun because she wasn't terribly bright. She looked rather dull in the few pictures I've seen of her.

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Or the caste system.
They all seem to accept that they deserve their lower caste position.
12Dec12.....

.....It was the 'colonial' Brits dat started dat UP.

Ps:.....Ghandi headedUP those dat 'kicked' da Brits out of India.

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They suffered. End of.
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<quoted text>I doubt that you can prove that she withheld it from those who truly needed it out of any kind of malicious intent. It's more likely they may have been running short on it and didn't have enough for everybody or there were patients who became addicted and simply "wanted" more than they "needed". MD's cut patients loose from narcotics all the time.
BTW, I didn't know she was an RN; not that I follow any nun's life story.
As for charity $, you know she was just doing what she was told to do, right? Personally, I suspect she was a nun because she wasn't terribly bright. She looked rather dull in the few pictures I've seen of her.

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<quoted text>I doubt that you can prove that she withheld it from those who truly needed it out of any kind of malicious intent. It's more likely they may have been running short on it and didn't have enough for everybody or there were patients who became addicted and simply "wanted" more than they "needed". MD's cut patients loose from narcotics all the time.
BTW, I didn't know she was an RN; not that I follow any nun's life story.
As for charity $, you know she was just doing what she was told to do, right? Personally, I suspect she was a nun because she wasn't terribly bright. She looked rather dull in the few pictures I've seen of her.
12Dec12/////

....and of course YOU look awfully britht hereIN, ya schidt-for-brains.

Ps:.....BobLoblah dinks dat ven it comes to you 'naNo-naNo'....there's more brains in a bottle of wadda.

....and den sum tooooooooo.

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KittenKoder wrote:
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Oh, you mean my whole life. Well ...
Assisted with the rehab of over 100 addicts.
Worked in soup kitchens.
Donated blood and plasma for free.
Advocated for better shelters and more homes for the homeless.
Adopted stray animals.
Volunteer teacher for the developmentally disabled.
Voluntarily teaching free classes to the homeless on computer skill ranging from common use to programming.
Assist many people interested in coding careers with their class work, for free.
Helping people locate resources to help with their needs just to help them.
Then of course there's the holding the doors and such for those who need it without grumbling about it, but that's just common courtesy.
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River Tam wrote:
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Does it ever?
I was conversing with a Pastor(???? or so he claims) earlier. He said the poor are best served by giving the money to the church. I asked why. Wouldn't the money be better spent by giving it to the poor and leaving the church out of it? He said no. Duh. Again, I asked why. He said the church can help them turn their lives around. I said, "They need money, not salvation". He disagreed again. I got bored and left it at that for now.
Not all pastors are the same. I know of one who went to Africa as a missionary, took his pregnant wife and two daughters to live a meager subsistence in what he called a "service to God". The environment they lived in was not what you could compare to suburbs in America. I questioned him about whether he thought his work there was truly productive or beneficial in any way to his potential converts or his family. His response wasn't exactly what I expected. He said that he was doing his Christian duty to make sure the Word was heard in every nation and that everybody should have a chance to hear it. He mentioned that the main lure he used to get the natives there to attend his sermons was the offer of freebies of food and clothing. He jokingly called it "Melon day" and that his converts were "melon converts". I asked him if that wasn't a bit frustrating and how could he ever be sure that his converts were sincere if material goods were their original interest. He said that all that mattered was that they heard the "Word" and after that it was up to them, what they decided on was of no concern to him; it was their "free will" in action. He couldn't stop the handouts just because the attendees might not be sincere. Of course some of the money that was donated to his church was spent on upkeep of that building but it also went to buying all the fresh fruit and vegetables for the natives in his area. the expense had to be considerable since he was there for more than two years. He lived in places where there were no civilized amenities to speak of, no running water and the like. I know I wouldn't have wanted to be dragged around the world to live like his daughters had to, all of it just to "save souls".

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<quoted text>Why would any go to the trouble of making a replica of a mythical vessel? We know that no such vessel could have possible been seaworthy, we know that science has shown that no such event could have possibly taken place, so why would anyone waste time and money on what amount to a children's story? Why don't they make an exact replica of Santa's workshop replete with elves and flying reindeer?
How about using that money to help the poor and sick in India. The one's that Mother the demon Theresa failed to help. She thought suffering brought people closer to God. In the end she realized how evil she was and denounced her faith.
{How about using that money to help the poor and sick in India}.

I would agree on that much of your statement. I think helping the poor and education would be a better choice.

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_BobLoblah_ wrote:
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....and of course YOU look awfully britht hereIN, ya schidt-for-brains.
Ps:.....BobLoblah dinks dat ven it comes to you 'naNo-naNo'....there's more brains in a bottle of wadda.
....and den sum tooooooooo.
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